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Part 65485189 of my tobacco scent search...
In the search for "my" tobacco fragrance I have already tested many (too many?) fragrances, primarily higher quality ones, so I honestly would not have tested Molton Brown at all. But when recently their "Tobacco Absolute" was praised so much here in the forum and I walked right past this fragrance shortly afterwards, it was tested. I'd say light and shadow.
Light because the fragrance is beautifully composed. Shadows because, unfortunately, one notices the low costs. He starts with a very nice lemon, which I had not expected so realistically and of course. However, after about 10 minutes a strange sweetness came through, which unfortunately appears extremely flat and gives my initial enthusiasm a small damper. After this returns, there remains a fragrance that I would describe most likely as Tobacco Vanilla without this (for me) much too penetrating sweetness and spice. A relatively herbaceous, only slightly spicy scent remains.
I could imagine that this is one of the most realistic tobacco scents I've tried so far, because it doesn't need a lot of accessories. I am sure that the formula is very good and the fragrance with higher quality ingredients would be much better. The substance fits in any case.
Joy: 15 of 30
Quality, depth, vividness: 5 of 30
Shelf life: 7 of 20
Portability: 10 of 10
Flacon, packaging, presentation: 3 of 10
Total: 40 of 100